02-19-2015, 04:40 PM
Stereotypes about the education system in Uttar Pradesh bleak Associated Chambers of Commerce and India (ASSOCHAM) could break the industry report. In the last decade, primary school infrastructure has seen a steady growth.
The number of schools between 2005-2006 and 2013 2014 skyrocketed. According to reports, compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.1 per cent as against 3.2 per cent is the national figure. 1.45 million to 240,000 the number of schools in the state against the number of the country lies in being.
CAGR higher education in the state points out the efforts made to promote. The rapid advancement in the field of educational infrastructure for the high number of nominations will be a source of encouragement. State and in view of the large population of the fast pace of growth, development required.
Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow report, seen as the label release 'up: double digit growth the Inching', National Secretary General DS Rawat chamber by Monday. Reports soon to conquer the state will be recognized as a feather.
Despite the increase, the number of teachers in schools is still sinking than the national figure. In 2013-14, approximately 4.1 percent of the teachers in Uttar Pradesh and India, and 5.3, respectively. Nevertheless, up to 8 per cent CAGR still upwards shifted against 6.4 percent of India.